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Election day is almost here and Google wants to make sure you vote

The Internet giant just launched a new tool to get you the information you need before Nov. 8. Here’s how it works:

First, ask Google: “Where do I vote?”

You’ll then see who or what is on the ballot in the national, state, and local races, including ballot measures. You can also find out where your closest polling site is and how to get there.

If you’re unsure how to register or what the requirements are, Google can help there too, in English or Spanish.

State-by-state data will take a few days to roll out, but you have to admit, this will make voting a lot easier.


Source: https://www.cnet.com/news/google-will-tell-you-where-to-vote-whos-on-your-local-ballot/


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